My 3rd year final project is located on a site next to Hammersmith Bridge. I named my main building in homage to the designer of Hammersmith Bridge Sir Joseph Bazalgette. My studio brief was all about designing a proposal for a transport interchange between water and land involving the Thames Clippers (ferries), additionally adding a theatre space in conjunction with the interchange.
My project in the first term involved looking into seal conservation and habitat, and combining this into a transport interchange, and this is where Seal Island was born. I took this element into my final project by integrating this with my new brief. My final proposal has a range of different features some of the key ones are:
Public pop-up gallery integrated into the walkway and the ground floor
Theatre on the first floor
Bar and viewing area on the second floor
Loading area third floor and roof top workspace with a retractable canvas cover
Viewing platform overlooking the river Thames and the North Bank Seal Island
Seal Island’s (North and South)
Clipper docking stations (North and South)
Off-site office and theatre production manufacturing warehouse
LED mesh façade and polished aluminium reflector (these create a moving facade around my building in day and night / naturally and artificially)
Below are some images and pages from my portfolio; my portfolio is also added below as a PDF, alongside this is another PDF with final plans and sections for quick viewing.
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Interactive 3D Model
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An interactive 3D model of my design at Hammersmith.